I used a 20 round magazine because its easier to take pictures of with everything attached to it, but the process is the same for 30 round magazines. I can't stress enough firearm safety, and because of that you will notice there are no firearms present in any of my photos. If you play with firearms or ammunition your playing with your life. Did you use this instructable in your classroom? Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson.
The US military generally requires the 5. The bandoliers are loaded into metal M2A1 ammo cans which are housed, two each, in wire-bound, wood ammo crates for transport and storage. Within the bandoliers, each 10 rounds of 5. These metal strips are known as "stripper clips. Few hobby shooters have the benefit of owning their own shooting range or being able to shoot on private property free of charge.
A stripper clip also known as a charger or charger clip , especially in British and in Commonwealth military vocabulary is a speedloader that holds several cartridges usually consisting between 5 and 10 rounds together in a single unit for easier and faster loading of a firearm 's magazine. A stripper clip also sometimes referred to as a charger clip is used only for loading the magazine. Generally, a weapon that can use a stripper clip for loading can also be loaded one round at a time, while a weapon designed for an en bloc clip cannot be used without the clip. It is called a 'stripper' clip because, after the bolt is opened and the stripper clip is placed in position generally by placing it in a slot on either the receiver or bolt , the user presses on the cartridges from above, sliding them down and off the clip, thereby 'stripping' them off the stripper clip and into the magazine.
View Full Version : AR stripper clips pointless? What is the point of stripper clips for rifles that have detachable magazines? It seems like more work. Load the clip then later load into the magazine? Just have the mags already loaded.